The Fleetwood House, is a gracious two story home built in 1892, as a Parsonage, and is located in the Rosemont area of the City. The present owner has not only restored the house, but also established a collection of wonderful antiques, and art works through out the house. After a busy day this cozy retreat provides a place where guests can relax. Whether it's in the livingroom next to the fireplace, or on the wrap around porch for those hot summer nights. Breakfast is served in the dining room, and has many choices and always to your taste. We are conviently located in this wonderful historic city that holds many cultural attrations, that one hopes to fine in larger cities.
The Bay room has three large windows making it light and airy. It has a large double antique brass bed, private bath, and has been newly decorated. This room has air conditioning, cable TV, alarm clock, and hair dryer. It over looks the side garderns. Paintings in the room are by the famous artist, Joanne R. Hachey of Connecticut. Check in time is 4:00 P.M. and Check out time is 11:00 A.M.
This lovely room is adorned with a double canopy bed with antique bedding. Newly decorated. Bath maybe private if the Edith Ann Room is not occupied. Air Conditioned, alarm clock, and hair dryer. Paintings are done by the famous artist Joanne R. Hachey of Connecticut. This room over looks the side deck. Check in time is 4:00 P.M. and Check out time is 11:00 A.M.
Nightly Rate: $105-$125
This room has been designer decorated with flowered walls, lace curtains, and a large queen size Rice Bed. Cable TV, alarm clock, air conditioning, and hair dryer. The shared bath my be private if the Canopy Room is not occupied. Check in time is 4:00 P.M. and Check out time is 11:00 A.M.
Nightly Rate: $105-$135
Setting high in the trees and overlooking the beautiful flower gardens and deck below, is this tree top room featuring a queen size jacobs latter carved bed. You'll be sleeping in the clouds. A tiled hot tub with astello around three sides adorn this private bath. internet access, telephone, TV, balcony/high-quality linens and bedding,Antiques and designer decor, microwave, and refer.
4.2 on August 05, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Fleetwood House this weekend during The Gentlemen of the Road concert. We have had mixed experiences with other bed & breakfast's in the past, and this was honestly the last room left in Portland so I was slightly leery. What a pleasant surprise it turned out to be! The Bayside room was small, but comfortable with a private bathroom with stand up shower. Both the bathroom and bedroom were decorated nicely in a victorian fashion to go with the era of the house. Both were spotlessly clean. The bed was a double, and extremely comfortable. There was a window airconditioner in one window of the bay window which cooled the room nicely on a very hot evening and also blocked any street noise from below. Linda asked us what time we would prefer breakfast and we were greeted in the morning with a fruit/yogurt/granola "parfait" and french toast with bananas and blueberries, fresh orange juice and coffee and tea. Two things to for other travelers to consider are the steep staircase to the 2nd floor and the resident cats, however I am allergic to cats and did not have a problem at all. The only cat I saw in our stay was outside on the front porch. All in all, a great stay and I would definitely stay again if we were in the area.
4.0 on August 05, 2012
We loved it! Comfy rooms, very clean, charming place to stay. Free wifi, working ac (it was the hottest days in summer when we were there), coming back to fleetwood hse after a day in town, was a cool and sweet reprive. Waking up to the smell of LInda's delicious breakfast cooking was a delight. It felt like we were visiting our fav aunt's home! Linda and Jim certainly made us feel very welcomed. Sitting on their porch that morning, chatting like old friends is one of the best memories of our trip to portland! Only negatives were the beds were a tad small for 2 adults, and a door or curtain for a little privacy for the attached bath would be great. Rooms a little small, but this being a house that's over a hundred years old, that just adds to the charm of the place. Other than that, this place is a great place to stay!
5 on May 30, 2012
A few days ago, as I was on holidays in New-York, I thought it'd be great to take the train to Portland (Maine) and drive along the coast. With my sister (we're both French, she lives in Tours -Loire Valley- and I live in Dublin -Ireland-)we booked a room at the Fleetwood House through bedandbreakfast.com. We had barely opened the door around 6pm that we were greeted very warmly by the owner (husband) of the lovely little house two minute drive from the harbour of Portland. The living room was so welcoming and the room would under rate a five star hotel just by having a look at it. The bed? So somfy! We slept very well. In the morning, the owner (wife) had made breakfast. The dining area made us believing we were at home. The orange juice in wine glasses woke us up gently and the coffee was tasty. As we're cat lovers, we really enjoyed the company of their four leg friends! We so enjoyed everything that we had decided to reserve the room for a second unplanned night in Portland. And the following day, the superb home-made french toast with fresh fruits had been replaced by a delicious cooked to perfection omelette. We felt quite sad when we left. I must certainely sound like I'm over reacting and exagerating but please, do believe me when I say that I'm not. You're planning a couple of days in Maine, stay at the Fleetwooh House! You'll love it!!
5 on March 23, 2012
My husband and I stayed at Fleetwood House for a night on our honeymoon. The owners were friendly and knowledgeable about the area and Maine, Their breakfast was delicious!
4.6 on November 06, 2011
Very comfortable stay. The hosts were accommodating and helpful with ideas for getting around. Breakfast was excellent.
4.2 on November 06, 2011
The cozy & welcoming inn with its charming innkeepers, Linda & Jim, was just what a B&B stay should be. I was even sick with a migraine & called ahead. They prepared our room 3 hours early so I could lie down. Linda is very accommodating & this lovely inn feels very homey.
4.8 on October 31, 2011
The Fleetwood House was a lovely place to stay after a busy day in Portland. Delicious food, precious rooms, and friendly and helpful hosts.
4.8 on October 02, 2011
This B&B offers a cozy and welcoming environment. The company is friendly and the food is delicious. The main attractions are a short drive away -- you won't be bored!
5 on November 13, 2010
We stayed 4 nights and had a wonderful time. Amenities were great & the owners were outstanding hosts. We highly recommend it!
4.8 on November 11, 2010
A most beautiful, comfortable & hospitable Old Victorian Home. We slept like babies in the comfy bed. Linda & Jim were lovely hosts & a wealth of info.
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Amenities Basket, BBQ grill, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Private entrance, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, TV, VCR
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